Set Your Internet Browser Homepage
Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome each provide you with the ability to set a homepage that opens each time you launch your browser. This help page will explain how to set a default homepage in each of these browsers.
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Navigate to the desired homepage, such as the Cedarville University FacStaff or Student homepages. Make sure you don’t have multiple tabs open on your window.
- Click the Gear located at the top right-hand corner of the browser to open the Tools menu.
- Click "Internet Options."
- Under the "General" tab, click [Use current].
- Click [Apply] > [OK].
- Open Google Chrome.
- Navigate to the desired homepage, such as the Cedarville University FacStaff or Student homepages or the Google Apps landing page. If you would want Chrome to open multiple pages, such as the Google Apps landing page and Cedarville's homepage, you can have each tab open. Make sure you only have multiple tabs open on your window if you want Chrome to open multiple pages.
- Click the customize/control icon (three parallel horizontal bars) in the top-right corner of Chrome.
- Click “Settings.”
- From the "On startup" section, choose the "Open a specific page or set of pages" radio button.
- Click "Set pages." The Startup Pages window opens.
- Click [Use current pages].
- Click [OK].
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